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Jazz and '80s
Jazz and 80s album duran duran
compilation album
Released 2005
Recorded various
Genre Jazz, Blues
Length 12 tracks
Label PMB Music
Producer Miko Jackson
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Jazz and 80s album duran duran back
cover songs

Jazz and '80s is a cover song compilation album, released by PMB Music in 2005. The album features a cover version of Duran Duran's "Hungry Like the Wolf".

About the albumEdit

The album is a collection of 1980 songs, covered in the style of acoustic smooth jazz by various acts.

The compilation features Dinah Eastwood performing "Hungry Like the Wolf", Duran Duran's first US hit single.

"Purple Rain" originally by Prince is also included, an artist Duran Duran supported in concert during 1993.

Track listingEdit

MBB 9736Edit

  1. "Should I Stay or Should I Go" - The Cooltrane Quartet (The Clash 1982)
  2. "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" - Karen Souza (Culture Club 1982)
  3. "Purple Rain" - Urselle (Prince & The Revolution 1984)
  4. "Boys Don't Cry" - Jamie Lancaster (The Cure 1980)
  5. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" - 48th Street Collective (Eurythmics 1982)
  6. "Don't You (Forget About Me)" - Stella Starlight Trio (Simple Minds 1985)
  7. "In The Air Tonight" - James Farrelli (Phil Colins 1981)
  8. "Hungry Like the Wolf" - Dinah Eastwood (Duran Duran 1982)
  9. "Like A Virgin" - The Cooltrane Quartet (Madonna 1984)
  10. "Patience" - Sawa Kobayashi (Guns n' Roses 1989)
  11. "With or Without You" - Michelle Simonal (U2 1987)
  12. "Nothing Compares 2 U" - George White Group (The Family 1985)

CreditsEdit

  • Artwork by (Direction & Design) - F. Dell'Albani
  • Compilation Producer (Concept & Songs Selection & Co-production) - Miko Jackson

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